Tom Gloy Racing leaves series end of year
MOORESVILLE, N.C. (October 16, 2002) -- Tom Gloy Racing will leave the Panoz Trans-Am series after the final event at Virginia International Raceway on October 27, 2002. "As one of the most continuous and most successful entrants in ...
MOORESVILLE, N.C. (October 16, 2002) -- Tom Gloy Racing will leave the Panoz Trans-Am series after the final event at Virginia International Raceway on October 27, 2002.
"As one of the most continuous and most successful entrants in Trans-Am history it is with great sorrow I announce we are leaving Trans-Am," said owner Tom Gloy. "We have had wonderful sponsors, drivers, and employees through the years; we thank them for their support and hard work that led to our success. We have enjoyed the competition on the track and wish our fellow competitors good luck with their future racing. Effective immediately all of our equipment is for sale."
Tom Gloy Racing has been one of the sport's most respected teams since its inception in 1975. His accomplishments as a driver, a car owner and team manager rank among the most significant over the past 27 years. He has driven, owned and won for Chevrolet, Ford, Honda and Nissan power. Over the years, with its sponsors, crew and drivers, Tom Gloy Racing has raced in Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) Trans-Am, Formula Atlantic, Championship Auto Racing Teams (CART), International Motor Sports Association (IMSA), Corvette Challenge and Super Vee. In addition to owning his Trans-Am team this year, Gloy also served as president of Blair Racing and its Indy Racing League (IRL) entry. The team had a stunning year in only its first year of IRL competition.
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